Next week is Constitution Week — 226 years ago, we ratified the nation's governing document in Philadelphia With the constitution the three branches of government were established. But you may not know that we almost created a fourth. The main question before the Founders was the proper balance of powers. Virginia delegate James Madison was obsessively fearful that the will of a majority-directed legislature would swamp the decision-making and oversight powers of the executive and judiciary.
Sanders Slams UC Berkeley's Anti-Free Speech Zealots: 'It's A Sign Of Intellectual Weakness'
100 Days: If The 2016 Election Were Held Again, Clinton Would Drop Six Points And Trump Would Still Win
Marine Le Pen Celebrates Strong Showing, But Notes 'Survival' of France Is At Stake